Bethesda Also Removes Their Games From Nvidia's GeForce Now

February 22, 2020
Bethesda Also Removes Their Games From Nvidia's GeForce Now

Bethesda is the next publisher to ask for their games to be removed from GeForce Now, the only Bethesda game left is Wolfenstein Youngblood.

Announced in a post on the Nvidia forum, a representative presented a list of Bethesda games that are no longer available on the GeForce platform.

• Dishonored
• Dishonored 2
• Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
• Doom
• Everspace
• Fallout 3
• Fallout 76
• Fallout: New Vegas
• Prey

• Quake Champions
• Rage 2 (Bethesda.net / Steam)
• The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr
• The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
• The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
• The Evil Within 2
• Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
• Wolfenstein: The New Order
• Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Activision Blizzard previously asked for their games to be removed over what Nvidia explained was a misunderstanding between the two parties.

It’s possible that was another case where the agreement between Nvidia and a publisher was only for the beta period of GeForce Now. But it is concerning to see so many games being removed from the service.

The forum post is full of disgruntled customers, but in other corners of the internet people had a lot more understanding. It’s understandable why people are unhappy, but realistically it’s not Nvidia to blame, they don’t have a lot of power over the situation.

Be it as it may, it’s sad to hear that GeForce Now is having all of these issues since on the technical side it is very promising and it runs better than Stadia.